Milly Dent Ceramic Vases

Blanc Feelings

For her solo show Blanc Feelings, popular Sydney ceramicist Milly Dent furthers her investigation of the material of porcelain, through a series that bonds perpendicular lines with balanced fluid clay bodies. Exploring this dichotomy, she examines light and shadow through sculptural ceramic form. Dent’s work is a continued study of the intimate, tangible and ever-challenging nature of porcelain.

Blanc Feelings speaks to the literal surface and its relationship to human touch, as well as personal sensitivity to feelings and emotions or lack thereof,” says Milly.

Unlike her signature blue marbled ceramics, this body of work will be mostly neutral, and pays homage to the power of tactility and texture. The works include functional vessels as well as more ambiguous forms. This is Milly’s fifth showing at Saint Cloche, and it is her second solo exhibition.

Details: Wednesday 10 October – Sunday 21 October; Opening night: Wednesday 10 October, 6pm – 8pm

 

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Images: Milly Dent, Ceramic Vases. Photo: Courtesy of Saint Cloche. Milly Dent, Ceramic sculptural objects. Photo: Courtesy of Saint Cloche.